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Historic “Annie Green Springs” Brand to Return to Market


The iconic Annie Green Springs brand of wine, one of the most popular and best selling wines in America in the 1970’s and a favorite on college campuses across the Country, will be returning to the market, rolling out this Winter. Richard Kanakaris, a 38 year wine industry veteran, who recently brought back the historic TIPO wine brand (in conjunction with Stama Winery in Lodi) announced the return of Annie Green Springs.

“Annie is back!” said Kanakaris. “Many college students in the 1970’s have very fond memories of Annie Green Springs’ fruity flavored and spritzy wines and now a new younger generation will be able to see why Annie was loved by so many Americans.” “Also,” Kanakaris said, “Baby Boomers can also bring back their fond memories when they revisit the new Annie wines.”

The Annie Green Springs wines will have the traditional Annie style of being intensely fruity, light in alcohol, slightly sweet and fizzy, just the kind of refreshing wines younger consumers are enjoying in great numbers.

Annie will be packaged in 750 ML bottles with a Stelvin screw cap finish and vivid eye catching labels. “These fresh, delicious, refreshing wines  are going to be huge in the marketplace,” said Kanakaris, who has sold over three million cases of wine in his career through various wineries he has either owned, managed or co managed. More details will be forthcoming soon.



  1. Is there any person that I can contact to get information on where to purchase a case of Annie Green Springs – Cherry Country flavored
    I have search the internet and have come up with nothing.

  2. Man….. PEACH CREEK; COUNTRY CHERRY; PLUM HOLLOW; The lil fat bottles with the ring on it- had the floor and dresser of my room LINED TWO DEEP with these numbers!!!! LOL Sure hope the the reboot has the same greatness!!!! Lol

  3. When and where can I purchase annie green springs? I drank it in the 70s while living in Michigan. I now live in Arkansas. Will it be available here? I really want to but some.

  4. Has anyone been able to learn anything more up to date? many people I knew were excited but this post is very old

  5. I was one of the ones who enjoyed Annie Green Springs in the 70’s. That and Boone’s Farm were my two favorites.

  6. Annie Green Springs Peach Creek is like having a lovely, ripe peach directly from the orchard. I love the Peach Creek and hope it returns this winter.

    Thank you.

  7. It would appear the public demand for this product is underwhelming. This post is two years old next week, and …:::crickets::: since then.

  8. Annie Green Springs, Boone’s Farm, Yago Sangria, and Acadama Plum wine were all the rage in the early ’70s throughout the military. If everyone was broke just before payday, a group would pool their nickles and dimes to get enough together to get a gallon jug of Red Mountain!

  9. That is how I got my CB handle , I drank plum hollow wine when I met my husband and That was my handle but when he met me he told me I wasn’t plum hollow I was plumb crazy, that was in 1976!

  10. I was rudely ejected from a Yes concert in 1975 due to AGS wine. Must have been the Relayer tour. First time I had ever seen a major act from BEHIND the stage lol

  11. Great memory. I was able to sneak my first wine, a bottle of Annie Green Peach Creek into the Alice Cooper Billion Dollar Babies concert in Hershey. There was a barrel full of confiscated items just outside of the entrance where they checked each person as they entered. I had a denim purse with two zippers and they didn’t notice I had only opened the one side for them to check. That was in 1973.

  12. I was allergic, within two minutes I would get hives from Annie green springs and the only other thing I’m allergic to is bee stings, so why can’t I find the actual ingredients anywhere???????

  13. Back in the 70s that’s all I drink. I would really like to know where I could get some . Peach creek

  14. You you be distributing Annie Green Springs to the State of Delaware? Plum hollow was my favorite.

  15. My father worked for United Vintners & sold a lot of Annie Green Springs … just found old pictures.


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